Here’s a quick aural exercise in property rights: Think about Tom Petty . . . and now hear him (in your mind) singing the ...
With the US Congress finally passing a supplemental aid bill for Ukraine, Israel and Indo-Pacific defense spending, members might be tempted to sit back on their laurels. But John Ferrari and Elaine ...
No, the difference is largely over tactics, rhetoric, and psychology. One faction, comprising an overwhelming majority of the House GOP caucus, is interested in accomplishing the possible. The other ...
Closing “diversity, equity, and inclusion” (DEI) offices around the country is a powerful step in halting the illiberal and divisive harm-centric monoculture that has taken over higher education.
Anyone doubting that China is well on its way to a Japanese-style lost economic decade has apparently missed the bursting of its massive housing and credit market bubble and the souring of U.S. and ...
Nicholas Eberstadt joins a panel of experts at an event hosted by the COLLIS Institute for Catholic Thought and Culture at Cornell University to discuss birthrate trends and their implications for the ...
It has now been almost 50 years since the Turkish army invaded Cyprus, occupying and ethnically cleansing a third of the country. Turkish justification that their invasion was necessary to protect ...
Jesse Singal makes his Remnant debut to discuss his piece for The Dispatch on the Cass Review and the problem with the current consensus about gender transition treatments for children. The two debate ...
Should the federal government spend substantially more to help schools rectify pandemic learning loss, address chronic absenteeism, or ameliorate other acute pandemic-related problems? That sounds ...
There is something puzzling about Russia’s war against Ukraine. Russia’s economy is smaller than Italy’s—and a tiny fraction ...
A good law of history is that if you ever find yourself opposing a student movement while siding with the ruling class, you are wrong. Every single time. In every era. No matter the issue.” It’s ...
Concerns about income inequality have become such a natural part of the national conversation that I worry we've stopped ...